11.5" DTI chrome-lined HBAR carbine gas 1:9 5.56 NATO barrel
C7 style (A1 handle with forward assist and brass deflector)
Skinny carbine length clamshell handguards with heatshield
Fulton Armory Wedge-lock front sight base
A2 flash hider
Made to visually resemble a Colt 733 upper, like Val...
Thanks for the answers. Where in the law did the long gun background check bill actually land? I generally like to read them as they exist in MD Code, so if anyone has a law citation, I'd like to see it.
With the new(ish) law regarding long gun transfers in MD, I have a couple questions about its interaction with FFL03s:
Can a non-licensee in MD sell a C&R-eligible long gun to a FFL03 in MD without going through an FFL01/07?
Can a FFL03 holder in MD sell a C&R-eligible long gun to another FFL03...
Glock 34 Gen 4 - Austrian manufacture
5.31" 9x19mm Barrel
Brand new springs installed
Has a Ghost Evo Elite 3.5lb connector installed but will include the factory minus connector
Ameriglo Fiber optic Sights
OEM non-extended slide stop
Includes 1 factory Glock magazine blocked to 10 rounds
S&W Model 10-1 (Produced 1959-1961)
6-shot .38 Special Square-butt 4-screw K-frame
4" pinned heavy barrel, fixed sights
Has been nickel-plated at some point in its life, finish in about 80% condition.
Double action is very good, single action is incredibly crisp
Bore and cylinders are bright...
I'm looking at getting a PCC to shoot in IDPA and 3-gun, specifically a 9mm Glock magazine AR lower and I want to know if a lower such as this one requires an HQL to transfer or not. If it's any difference, I'm planning to use a 16" barrel, and thus build it as a Title I Rifle.
Quick question that I couldn't find an answer to with a search.
How would transferring a normal regular Title I handgun (think Glock) to a Revocable Living Trust work?
For instance, I have a trust jointly with my wife, we're both trustees, we use it for NFA items. Could we transfer a...
I would definitely shy away from a boltgun. As much as I personally hate on piston-driven AR's, it might not be a bad choice for HD use, if you get one that runs well, since they're legal. Buddy of mine recently bought an LWRCI-DI, and it's quite light and handy for a MD-legal HBAR setup (.750"...